Written and directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (who previously worked together on Sugar and Half Nelson), Captain Marvel dropped today and does not disappoint. The movie welcomes back Samuel L Jackson (Pulp Fiction, The Hateful Eight) and Clark Gregg (Choke, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) as well as a new set of stars joining the MCU such as Brie Larson (The Room, Short Term 12), … Continue reading ‘Captain Marvel’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
Like other narrative art forms, film has the ability to inspire fans with artistic talents of their own to pay tribute to their favorite works in a variety of creative ways. Daniel Nicholls is one such fan. Nicholls and I share a mutual love of director John Carpenter, the man behind Halloween, The Thing, and a slew of other underrated classics. As Carpenter has quite an … Continue reading Ice and Ink: One Cartoonist’s Tribute to John Carpenter – ScreenHub Entertainment
Aquaman has been something of a running joke in comic book culture. He’s been ridiculed, parodied, and teased by fans and critics alike for decades, so the pressure was really on Warner Bros and DC to try to make the King of Atlantis cool for modern audiences. Zack Snyder found his Atleantean in Jason Momoa and sought to re-invent the character. We got our first … Continue reading ‘Aquaman’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
David Gordon Green’s Halloween has opened to an impressive response. It has surpassed Wes Craven’s Scream as the highest grossing slasher film of all time, and revitalized interest in a series that many thought was long dead. But is the movie good? In short, yes. Green’s Halloween has many moments of cinematic artistry the likes of which the series hasn’t seen since Carpenter’s 1978 original. But … Continue reading ‘Halloween’ Is Good, But Almost Great – ScreenHub Entertainment
As an ever changing medium, film shows its age more than most other art forms. While some films may be popular for their time, they may not always be as relevant. Emotion, however, is something that doesn’t change. The things that scared us in the 1950s are often just as unsettling today. In no particular order, I’m about to tell you 10 black and white titles … Continue reading 10 Black & White Movies That Are Still Terrifying – ScreenHub Entertainment
The onset of 2018 brought its own set of disruptions that upset society’s normally peaceful façade. With such disorder came a surge of change that has yet to show any signs of slowing. Among these controversial conversations were political talks centred around a push for equality of all kinds – equality for racial minorities, for women, for the LGBT+ community. While none of these topics have emerged as novelty ideas, previously unfamiliar to humanity, their importance has been widely disregarded throughout history by people in positions of power. Politicians, the media, and the big businesses alike have turned a blind eye to the most marginalized groups in society; yet, as this new era dawns, many are determined to give prominence to those whose lives are too often neglected.
Absolutely everything today is public – every post, every text, every email, every tweet. In our internet-obsessed world, humanity is permanently connected through each individual’s digital footprint. It is no longer uncommon to wake up to a seemingly endless string of tweets made by anyone from world leaders to the primary faces of pop culture. However, at what point can we draw the line between free speech and ignorant oversharing? On May 29th, this sensitive issue was brought to light on a global scale and under unfortunate circumstances.
(WARNING: This post contains spoilers for some of the films mentioned. You’ve been warned) Slasher films remain one of the most endearing and popular genres in horror, with simple, streamlined plots, quick and dirty shoots, and a low budget aesthetic that makes them hard not to love. Like any genre in horror, one of the main selling points to a slasher is a good villain. … Continue reading 10 Underrated Slasher Villains – ScreenHub Entertainment
When one hears the name Leonardo DiCaprio, what comes to mind? Perhaps it’s his acclaimed role in Titanic, or dramatic performance in The Wolf of Wall Street, or even his dedicated efforts in The Revenant. Or, could it be his devotion to speaking on current and increasingly threatening global issues? Before the Flood, an investigative documentary delving into the murky reality of climate change, follows Leonardo … Continue reading Leonardo DiCaprio: Actor or Advocate? – ScreenHub Entertainment
Solo: A Star Wars Story, the 11th film in the franchise, warped into theatres yesterday and earned over 14 million at the box office in under a day. Starring Donald Glover (Atlanta, Community), Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones, Me Before You), Woody Harrelson (Now You See Me, Zombieland), Alden Ehrenreich (Beautiful Creatures, Hail Caesar!), and Thandie Newton (Westworld, 2012), the Star Wars franchise once again brings together some … Continue reading ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment